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We’ve been admittedly out of the loop on certain things while trying to get the print issues going. Top of that list: That Minneapolis is getting a Four Seasons hotel . . . and that it’s somehow big news? Because the rooms are super expensive (prices between $525 and $1,100)

Looking to do some consumer advocacy to support the people of Ukraine? The Ukrainian Center in Northeast does a wildly popular Lenten fish fry that comes with or without pierogis—and they’re collecting money to help humanitarian relief. St. Paul Brewing has a Ukrainian-style lager in the works to raise funds for Unicef and We Are Alight (fka American

Tired: Vogue magazine doing a puff piece on the wildly unpopular Mayor of Minneapolis right before the police department under his supervision and support killed another innocent Black man. Wired: Teen Vogue following up with an op-ed by City Council Member Robin Wonsley Worlobah that calls for the newly re-elected Mayor to resign. And as a

Is Minneapolis a “hell hole”? It’s certainly no Paris. Or Philadelphia. Where would late-night star-crossed lovers even serendipitously meet—the Light Rails basically don’t run after bar close and no one serves food after 11 PM. Mike Max, the sports reporter on WCCO TV who also appears on WCCO radio, caused

How could a high profile fashion magazine like Vogue possibly gaslight a big chunk of MPLS? Do a lengthy fawning profile of Mayor Jacob Frey. The write-ups, which will be in March print, includes a lot of fun personal tidbits—his legit accomplishments as a competitive runner, his parents were both modern ballet